Genomic Variation: Lessons Learned from Whole-Genome CNV Analysis

Abstract

One of the most fundamental goals of the study of human genetics was to determine the relationship between genomic variation and human disease. The effects of large-scale structural variation, such as aneuploidy and other cytogenetically visible imbalances, as well as sequence-level variation, have been studied for several decades. However, compared to… (More)

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